Located approximately 10 minutes drive south of Balingup, this nicely presented property, with good eater supply, is all pastured other than areas of shade and shelter trees. Improvements included a well maintained 3 bedroom home that was built in 1948 using stumped timber flooring, timber framing clad with weatherboard and fibro, iron roof and wide timber decked verandahs attached on 3 sides. More recent extensions were completed using concrete floors, timber framing and fibro external cladding and a further section of verandah with concrete floor. Set in established colourful gardens, that include areas of lawn, shady trees and many native plant varieties, the comfortable home has high ceiling and many wood features throughout. Further structural improvements include machinery & hay sheds, garage/workshop with power and concrete floor, and steel cattle yards. Four dams and a freshwater spring cater for all the property's water needs, both for domestic and livestock needs, and also for reticulation of gardens. The property has been leased in more recent times, being utilized to graze breeding cattle and also for hay production. It has been well fertilized on an annual basis for many years and is fenced on boundaries and internally. The property is generally undulating with some steeper areas and soils are in the main strong loams over clay.
Once in a while a very special piece of real estate hits the market. This 50.66 hectare (125.183 acre) property offers the ultimate in peace, tranquility and plain good living. The property is a healthy 50/50 blend of parkland cleared and bush land. A spring fed dam and waterhole filled by seepage, provide a permanent year round water supply. Soils are loamy gravel with commercial amounts of gravel existing in one section of the property. Perimeter fencing is adequate on all but the eastern boundary, at which point this block abutts an adjoining Lot currently owned and farmed by the sellers of this property. The many lifestyle attributes on the block include granite outcrops, quality areas of bush with prolific stands of grass trees and towering gums, many native species of wildlife and numerous vantage points offering reasonably sheltered sites with beautiful panaramic views from which to pick a place to build your new dream home. Power is connected to a neighbouring property, within reasonably close proximity of the main entry point to the property. Within a 15 minute drive of Donnybrook and approximately 2.5 kms from the junction of Morrissey Road and Donnybrook-Boyup Brook Road, the main road passing through the area and at which point children travelling to schools in Donnybrook and Bunbury can board regular school bus services.
This magnificent farming property is located in the heart of the Thomson Brook region. Located on this property overlooking a large dam is a prestigious 4x2 rammed limestone home featuring an open plan kitchen/dining/living area that has beautiful polished jarrah flooring, high ceilings, granite bench tops and glass splashbacks. On the southern end of the home is a separate sitting area, two person office and the master bedroom. At the opposite end of the home are the three remaining bedrooms, bathroom and laundry. A 1.96 kva inverter with 8 solar panels helps with the power bill. The farm is currently running 35 breeders and has two large sheds and a new set of cattle yards.
Price: NEW PRICE! LOW-MID $1 MILLION
This beautifully presented spacious 4 x 2 home is set on 93 acres and is one of the nicest lifestyle properties you will find. Set back from the road and backing onto the bush this home has sweeping verandahs that overlook the valley below. The home has high ceilings and beautiful polished marri floorboards throughout the living areas while the bedrooms are carpeted and have built in robes. Other features of the home include three entertaining areas,study, spacious kitchen, fully ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, wood fire, wired speakers throughout and a 1kw inverter that is connected to the grid. A massive outdoor entertaining area complements the home. A short distance from the home is a 220m2 powered workshop complete with ablutions. Water is not a problem as there is a 250,000lt rainwater tank and a bore. The property also has a deposit of gravel which the roads were built from and a deposit of sand that provided the sand for the house and shed pads. Call Chris Cain 0418922011 email email@example.com
A rare opportunity presents itself to secure one of the South Wests historic farming properties with the offering of Perivale. Totalling 680 acres (275 Ha), comprised of 5 lots. A substancial holding of this size is now very scarce in this sought after high rainfall district. Three of the 5 lots are zoned priority agriculture having a rich history of horticulture and beef production. The jewel of the property is the south branch of the Capel River that runs through the three priority ag lots with each adjoining State forest where the iconic Munda Biddi cycle trail runs. Perivale was founded in 1928 by the current owner's grandfather. Currently the main enterprises on the farm are beef , fruit and forestry (blue gums). The owners are happy to remove the orchards at their expense if a new owner had no interest in fruit production. Three large dams and a bore (all licenced) provide ample water to the horticulture side of the business. Built infrastructure is in good condition and includes managers residence, 4 cold stores, large packhouse and covered loading area, machinery sheds and workshop.